Amminadab ("my people are generous") was the name of two kings of Ammon:
- Amminadab I ruled c. 650 BCE, mentioned in Assyrian inscriptions from the reign of Assurbanipal. He was one of the rebellious client kings punished by Assurbanipal during the latter's Arabian campaign.
- Amminadab ben Hissalel or Amminadab II reigned around 600 BCE. He was the son of King Hissalel of Ammon.
- Both kings are mentioned on an inscription on a bottle unearthed at Tel Siran in Jordan, which inscription reads: mndb mlk bn'mn / bn hsl'l mlk bn'mn / bn'mndb mlk bn'mn "Amminadab (II) son of Hassal'il son of Amminadab (I)."
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